I can’t believe I haven’t posted yet about my quilt retreat last weekend! It was loads of fun. I started a new project and finalized plans for the one that I had worked on at the last retreat. I promise to post pictures of both soon, but until then, I have pictures of the projects the other ladies worked on and completed.
We don’t just quilt when we’re at retreat. We knit too. Socks were the project this time. I loved seeing how they were turning out! I can’t knit, but it’s on my list of things I want to learn. This group of ladies is so talented!
L to R: Debbie C, Phyllis, Sandy, Paula
All this fun can be exhausting!
Black and bright Bull’s Eye! I love it and of course, seeing it in this stage, makes me wish I had gone ahead and participated in the swap. The mistake was pointed out to Sandy and she fixed it.
Diane’s first Judy Niemeyer quilt! She’s not quite finished, but she’s sure making good progress. She likes it so much, she’s signed up to take another class with her and make another of her quilts.
Debbie C’s friendship hearts swap quilt. Mine is still in “blocks” form.
A Blooming Nine Patch class sample, completed by Jan T.
Donna B’s sock.
This beauty (and the one below) were both made by Carol Mc. The pattern is called Over and Under, I do believe. It’s available at Quilt Country. I find this pattern very confusing to look at. Visually, it just doesn’t look like it should fit together to me. I want to make one similar to this one. I have lots of batiks and love the look with the black.